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captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, november 17th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." trump tran circumstances. high determine who will help the president-elect run the country are happening in new york city. find out who has been spotted coming and going from trump tower. and hillary clinton makes her his public appearance since her concession speech. >> i've seen my share of ups and downs, but i still believe that we can make the impossible possible. good morning from the studio
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good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, president-elect donald trump meets with japanese prime minister shinzo abe in new york today. cbs news has learned that mr. trump has started making offers for key posts in his administration. these are some of the leading contenders to fill top positions. retired general michael flynn as national security adviser. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani as secretary of state. senator jeff sessions as attorney general and steve mnuchin as treasury secretary and also congressman jeff miller for veteran secretary. hena daniels is here in new york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we could hear announcements on those posts as soon as today. meanwhile, transition team will unveil their first wave of landing teams. personnel charged with handling the happenedoff to federal agencies. this, as the trump transition team says government officials
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five-year lobbying ban after leaving the white house. president-elect donald trump capped another day of high profile meetings at trump tower. many of those seen in the building wednesday are overwhelmingly favorites for key administration posts. among them, alabama senator jeff sessions who sat in on trump's hour plus meetings with nominees and rudy giuliani job for secretary of state. >> we discussed the transition. it wasn't really well. >> reporter: current new york city mayor bill de blasio also visited the president-elect. >> i talked to him about the proposal for tax cuts, for the wealthy and for corporations. i also raised concerns about some of the messages and some of the rhetoric that, for so many people, had been hurtful. >> reporter: in washington, d.c., vice president-elect mike pence who is leading transition
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>> no administration is ready on day one. we weren't ready on day one. >> reporter: trump's camp has been pushing back against reports of a transition team in chaos on. yesterday, the transition promised to improve communication between the president-elect and the press. >> our goal going forward is to have the best information in a timely fashion. >> reporter: trump says all members of the upcoming administration will sign a form agreeing they will not lobby for five years after leaving the the president-elect is also set to meet with former secretary of state henry kissinger, south carolina governor nikki haley and florida governor rick scott today. >> hena daniels in new york, thank you so much. hundreds marched through the streets of los angeles calling on mr. trump to rescind his appointment of steve bannon as his senior counselor. the protest started on the steps of city hall and moved through city streets. bannon has bragged about turning
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for the alt-right movement. a group of house democrats, 169 muof them signed a letter t mr. trump calling on him to get rid of mr. bannon. in part the letter reads your appointment to stephen bannon whose ties in the white nationalist movement have been well-documented directly undermines your ability to run the country. bernie sanders was elected chairman of outreach. sanders has been tapped to regain the trust of blue collar voters who turned republican. the republicans re-elected kentucky's mitch mcconnell as majority leader. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will discuss the transition with kellyanne conway, a senior adviser to the trump transition team. hillary clinton spoke publicly for the first time since her concession, speaking at the children's defense fund
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fight on during the trump administration. >> i know this isn't easy. i know that over the past week, a lot of people have asked themselves whether america is the country we thought it was. the divisions laid bear by this election run deep but, please, listen to me when i say this. america is worth it. our children are worth it. believe in our country. fight fo o and never, ever give up. >> clinton admitted there had been a few times since her loss when all she wanted to do is curl up with a book or her dogs and never leave the house again. the director of the national security agency blames the russians for the data breaches at the democratic national committee. admiral mike rogers said the breach was, quote, not done by chance. it was a conscious effort by a nation state to attempt to
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republican senator lindsey graham is calling for an investigation. overseas now. president obama meets with german chancellor angela merkel today in berlin. mr. obama arrived in germany last night, the second stop on his last european trip as president. he'll also meet with other european leaders some of whom fear the trump administration. before leaving greece, the president told his audience, the future will be okay. >> the next american president, and different. we are -- we have very different points of view, but american democracy is bigger than any one person. >> the president and his european counterparts are expected to discuss syria and rae relations with russia. a man accused of setting off bombs in new york city in
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too. evident indicted on eight counts yesterday including weapons of mass destruction. he allegedly set off a bomb in new york city that injured people and another at a race in new jersey. a police officer is due in court tomorrow after charged with manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a black man during a traffic stop. squad car video is being used as evidence against officer jeronimo yanez but has not been released. castile is being used as evidence. they say an officer would never use force under the circumstances. >> the use of deadly force by officer yanez was not justified. >> reporter: prosecutor john choi said that philando castile was shot after a minute after being pulled over by yanez. castile was in the car with his
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girlfriend. >> please don't tell me he is dead. >> castile in a nonthreatening manner uniformed officer yanez, sir, i do have to tell you i do have a firearm on me. >> reporter: according to the criminal complaint, officer yanez responded, okay, but then pulled his okay and reached into castile's vehicle. he told castile, don't pull it out. castile responded, i'm not pulling it out. moments later, officer yanez started firing. >> get your head out! >> rporter: castile's girlfriend lavish a reynolds said. >> i could forgive anyone you but will i forget, will i not be hurting? absolutely not. >> reporter: the police union says they are disappointed, but they respect the judicial process. sferp yanez will be in court on
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in st. paul, jamie yuccas, cbs news. one person is dead and at least ten are hurt after a natural gas explosion in central illinois. the blast last night damaged several buildings in canton, 75 miles north of springfield. debris is scattered in the town square. witnesses say the blast was like nothing they have experienced. >> it was a shock, because we never experienced something that loud. i mean, it was loud everything. it almost felt like earthquake ty type. >> the cause has not been determined. coming up on the "morning news." fake lex news. a look at how fake stories generated big interest on goonk. caught on video. a boy catches his baby brother just in time. this is the "cbs morning nes." oh, look... ...another anti-wrinkle cream in no hurry to make anything happen. neutrogena? rapid wrinkle repair works... one week.
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of tomorrow possible. a florida 9-year-old saves
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fall. he caught the 1-year-old after he rolled off a changing table. the family shared the video as a warning saying you cannot look away from an infant for even a second. fast hands. fake news stories go viral on social media. and a grand jury is convened in a police shooting case. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "chicago tribune" reports a new investigation in the fatal shooting of a black man by a city officer. a grand jury will look into whether police lied to the shooting of laquan mcdonald in 2014. officer jason van dyke is charged with first-degree murder and is awaiting trial. south carolina's post and courier says the hearing to determine dylann roof's competency for trial will be closed to the public. a judge says revelations from monday's hearing could complicate roof's to a fair trial.
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the judge refused to toss out on the charge and he reject a defense request for competency testing of 13 women who wanted to testify against cosby. bloomberg news reports that china is letting donald trump know that global warming is not a hoax it invented. the president-elect is a climate change denier. a chinese official notes that two of trump's republican predecessors started global warming talks in the late buzzfeed news says fake lex stories sparked more interest than real ones. buzzfeed had shares on facebook the last three months of the campaign. it found that hoaxes and stories from bias sites far outperformed reports from major news outlets. don't know how to take that one. we have more on the impact of fake news on the election coming up on "cbs this morning."
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tom brady is spinning his defla defla deflategate scandal for fun and profit, of course. a new foot locker ad, he takes two customers to task when they get suspicion about his store's sales. >> it starts with questions and then questions turn into assumptions and assumptions turn into vacations! >> brady was suspended for four games this season because the nfl said he had a role in tampering with footballs. on the cbs "moneywatch" russia moves to block a social media site and mcdonald's special sauce is being replaced by spicy sauce. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. russia is trying to pull the plug on its linked-in users. a regulator asked to block it. they don't store inside russia and violates a russian law and it could soon affect other
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stocks were mixed on wall street. the dow snapped its seven-day winning streak, losing 55 points. the s&p finished three points lower but the nasdaq gained nearly 19. two research firms expect healthy growth this holiday shopping season. the national retail federation predicts sales november and december period will vise 3.6% to nearly 656 billion com score forecast that online sales will jump as much as 19%. spending on cybermonday, the monday after thanksgiving, is expected to be 3.5% higher than last year. it is typically the busiest online shopping day of the year. one of the largest reserves of recoverable oil it's ever found in the united states. it's located in the midland area.
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yield 20 billion gallons of oil and have 16 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. the big mac is getting hot. mcdonald's is testing a new version of its popular burger with spicy is a ras sirachia sa. it is made with red chiles and sriracha sauce for dumping nuggets and fries and i hope they are giving out some >> really. it seems like ohio wouldn't be a that. maybe miami where they like things spicy to begin with. >> i guess think figure they figure it fit works there, it will work in the rest of the country. >> that's right. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot,
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. two former detroit stars are still tigers on the mound. washington's max scherzer won the cy youngware as the national league's best pitcher. boston's rick porcello is the american league winner. he edged former tiger teammate justin verlander in the voting by sports writers. well, president obama announced his selection for the
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josh earnest called vin scully. >> he gives this to just a handful of people and this year, he is going to give it to you. >> oh, my gosh. no. >> other medal of freedom recipients include ellen degeneres and lorne michaels. to see the ful motown legend smokey robinson was honored in washington, d.c. last night with the gershwin prize for song writing. his first hits came with the miracles from "the tears of a clown" to "i second that emotion." from there he wrote singles from the temptations and marvin gaye.
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federal investigators are blaming air traffic controllers for two mid air collisions last year that killed seven people. kris van cleave shows us technologies designed to prevent collisions that happen in the blink of an eye. >> repor fast. did you see it? this is an ntsb animation simulating a deadly mid air collision and the limits of see an avoid. a method of flying that teaches pilots how to avoid mid air collisions. by the time the pilot of this cessna was able to spot an f-16 fighter, he had only second to respond. the planes collided over south carolina in 2015. the two people on board the
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collision in san diego killed five. in both cases, the ntsb believes available collision avoidance systems could have avoided the collision. rusty aimer is a retired airline captain. >> i must have had, in my career, at least five or six of those warnings that saved have been 44 mid air collisions in the u.s., killing 46. ma mark rosenkur. >> it's a simple decision to go out and install it. >> reporter: the accident rate in general aviation is on the decline. starting in 2020 all ga aircraft
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stops short of being full fledge avoidance technology. kris van cleave, cbs news, reagan national airport, virgini. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," >> this election to me is just another extension of the long argument that we have had from our founding, which is what are we? >> jon stewart talks with charlie in his first post-election interview. union writes brings us the story of how a dad brings back the voice of his late wife and william macy joins us in the studio. cbs news correspondent bill plante is retiring after 52 years at the network. he will certainly be missed. we leave you now with some of his words. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. >> general assignment, writing, editing, reporting, air work.
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of all the activities in the past week in selma come to fruition now? >> bill plante? no? bill is not here? that is shocking. >> did you make a mistake in sending arms to tehran, sir? >> no. and i'm not taking any more questions.
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